An interview with Frederick C. Smith / Frederick C. Smith ; Mark R. DePue, interviewer. 2010.


An interview with Frederick C. Smith / Frederick C. Smith ; Mark R. DePue, interviewer. 2010.

An interview of Frederick C. Smith conducted by Mark R. DePue for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. Topics discussed include National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Presidential Libraries and Museums; Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum; Harry S. Truman Library and Museum; John F. Kennedy Library and Museum; Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum; Richard M. Nixon Library and Museum; Gerald Ford Library and Museum; Jimmy Carter Library and Museum; Ronald Reagan Library and Museum; George H.W. Bush Library and Museum; and William J. Clinton Library and Museum.

1 videodisc (61 min.) + 14 photos.


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